TOGETHER WE GO FAR
Finding a Safe Permanent Home
Nikki was sworn in as a Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA) Advocate and was assigned to two young children, one a first grader and the other in kindergarten. They had come to live with their paternal grandparents after Child Protective Services took custody of them due to parental drug abuse and neglect. Read more
“Any Baby Can” Helps Reshape David’s Life
A five-month-old child, “David”’ was recently referred to Any Baby Can of San Antonio by a health services provider who had scanned the child for a cranial remolding orthotic (helmet) to treat his diagnosis of Plagiocephaly. David’s mother had just lost her job along with its insurance, and her husband had just started a small business of his own, making the purchase of the helmet out of reach. Read more
My Life Has Been Forever Altered
“I am a former client of Lifetime Recovery. I am writing this letter to inform you of the services rendered to me while under their care that were absolutely invaluable in saving my life. I had been living on the streets with absolutely no idea which way to turn. I had absolutely no money, food and barely the clothes on my back when an opportunity to enter Lifetime crossed my path and my life has been forever altered.” ~ By former Lifetime Recovery Residential Outpatient Treatment client. Read more
Coping With Grief-CIS-SA Helps Damien and Carlos
Young Damien was living in a motel when he was referred to Communities In Schools of San Antonio (CIS-SA) for help. With the recent passing of his mother, Damien’s father struggled to find steady employment and help Damien attend school regularly. Needing a positive outlet, he was enrolled in CIS-SA’s Martial Arts Group. Read more
Transforming Debbie’s Aggressive Behavior
Nine-year-old “Debbie” came to the Roy Maas Youth Alternatives (RMYA) Meadowland Campus because she was very aggressive with her siblings and foster parents. She had been hospitalized many times for her behaviors. Read more
BEEP. BEEP. BEEP. BEEP.
The piercing sound of the smoke alarm wakes you up, and you stumble out of bed, disoriented and groggy. How long do you and your loved ones have to escape your burning home before it’s too late? 10 minutes? 5 minutes? The Red Cross can tell you. Read more
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